The second to last DVD shows exactly how crazy the future can be by throwing in wild-crazy characters (much like Sympathy for the Devil, episode 6)
19: Wild Horses: New character: the old spacer that gave Spike his ship. This episode has some good space-scenes in it, especially the search-and-rescue attempt.
20: Pierrot Le Fou: New Character: Tongpu, the most twisted murderer in all of cinematic existence. Spike runs into the murderer, apparently killing random drug lords, and Spike gets away. Later, the final showdown happens in an amusement park.
21: Boogie-Woogie Feng-Shui: Jet-isode, New Character: Jet's old friend's daughter. She seeks out Jet to find her father (actually they meet in an awkword place, thanks to something called universal feng shui.
22: Cowboy Funk: Nearly a Spike-isode. A new face (Andy) shows up; a "real" cowboy, about as smart as horse droppings but somehow always in the right place at the right time. The crew (mainly Faye) tells Spike that he's just like Andy, but most viewers call her a dumbass at this point. Then, comedy insues.
The extras here aren't too great (like the rest of the DVDs), but I think Le Fou and Funk are good enough to make this DVD extremely buyable.